Student's Name Professor's Name Course Date The Effect of Feudalism in England Feudalism is a form of political and social organisation that emerged in the medieval period between the 10th and 13th centuries; hence many cultures chose feudalism as their way of life as it significantly affected the people of that time as well as the modern world. Feudalism emerged because Europe and its kings became weak. Europe wanted to protect itself from the bands of Vikings who looted from them including the German warriors who kept roaming in Europe towards the and its population. This way it gave him a rough estimate of the amount of taxes to be paid to the Normans. In the long run the English land was split and retained for maintenance through the castles built as power bases to control the population of England. Works Cited Medick Hans. "15 THE TRANSITION FROM FEUDALISM TO CAPITALISM: RENEWAL OF THE DEBATE." People's History and Socialist Theory (Routledge Revivals) (2016): 120. Round John Horace. Feudal England: historical studies on the eleventh and twelfth centuries. Vol. 1. Library of Alexandria 2015. [...]
Using the Internet, encyclopedia, and/or other reference material for research, write a 500-word report on feudalism in the history in one of the following countries: France England Germany Include the approximate years when feudalism began and ended in that country. Give its strong and weak points, including how feudalism finished its course in the country you selected. In addition, tell who the national leaders were at the time that feudalism was active in that country. Did the national leader play a part in encouraging or harming feudalism within their country? Please explain.